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Authoritarian Politicians Over-Stepping Their Bounds Must Be Stopped

by bill - 2021-12-06 14:38:03 ( in life, health, covid, politics) [php version]

The headline says it all, but we need a quicker fix than to wait until the next election cycle to replace these bureaucrats and politicians, drunk with power, mandating this and that. The solution? As tempting as it may be, you cannot go around killing people, but you can kill their power. One state legislature, South Carolina, did try to limit its governor's power, but the governor, a Democrat, vetoed it. Shocker, I know.

They had the right idea, but need to be more persistent and override such vetoes.

California tried to remove its dictatorial governor, Gavin the Clueless, through the recall process, but the same apparatchiks who stole the 2020 presidential election took over and ensured ol' Gavin's victory, after which he predictably enacted even more draconian rules against this non-existent "pandemic".

Leave a comment, below, if you have any better ideas.

UPDATE: Here's one state, Wisconsin, whose legislature (through the courts) managed to rein in their out-of-control "health" department and governor. Mainstream news NBC spins it to make you think it's is a bad thing, but here is that article:

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"We now have hundreds of thousands of so-called 'cases', 'infections' and 'positive tests' but hardly any sick people. Recall that four fifths (80%) of 'infections' are asymptomatic (1) Covid wards have been by and large empty throughout June, July, August and September 2020. Most importantly covid deaths are at an all-time low. It is clear that these 'cases' are in fact not 'cases' but rather they are normal healthy people."

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